Rev. Dr. Jeffrey W. Beebe, Transitional Pastor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Dr. Jeff Beebe is currently serving as Trinity Presbyterian’s Transitional Senior Pastor. Jeff, a native Floridian, holds degrees from Florida State University (1987), Columbia Theological Seminary (1994), and Fuller Theological Seminary (2012). Prior to serving at Trinity, he served a number of congregations throughout the southeast. For Rev. Beebe, the Church’s responsibility of “making disciples” is the primary theological issue facing the Church today. That role in making disciples begins in the baptismal vows and extends to the ends of the earth as the Church is sent forth in mission. The Church’s task is to make disciples who are authentically walking with Christ and who are fully engaged in faithful practices of discipleship (worship, study, service, sharing, and fellowship). Theologically, to know Christ and to make Him known are the tasks to which the Church is called. As the Church grounds herself in faithful practices of discipleship the Church models Christ’s life. The Church is better able to see in the way Christ would see, hear in the way Christ would hear, and is better able to understand in the way Christ would understand. Understood theologically, the Church exists to make disciples, so that, they would be Christ’ presence in the world. In and through the Church, empowered by the Holy Spirit, disciples are able to live, and move, and have their being, so that, they too would go and make disciples.
Brooke Tucker, Director of Faith Formation, email@example.com Brooke has been a part of Trinity Presbyterian Church her entire life. Her parents were charter members, she was baptized, confirmed, and married at Trinity. Brooke and her husband, Trevor, have two children, Hailey and Garrett. Brooke graduated from Flagler Palm Coast High School. In 2004 she graduated from The University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. As Trinity’s Director of Faith Formation, Brooke is blessed to be able to help, guide, and nurture children, youth and adults in their faith journey, so that all may become “life-long” church members. Brooke enjoys dancing in church and keeping our church family alive and energized!
Heasuk Che, Director of Music and Organist, firstname.lastname@example.org Heasuk Che was born in Seoul, Korea. She attended Chongshin University and has both undergraduate and graduate degrees in church music with a major in pipe organ. She is an accomplished pianist and teacher. She and her husband, Paul, a minister, came to the United States in the mid-1990s. Heasuk has served as a church organist at various locations throughout the States while also serving as a minister’s wife. She also found time to raise four children. Heasuk has done two organ concerts at Trinity and enjoys both playing for Trinity services and playing music to glorify God.